Undergraduate Courses

OVERVIEW

The Animal Welfare Program is a graduate program at UBC. However, faculty members within the Animal Welfare Program do teach undergraduate courses in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems (LFS) Applied Biology program. Prospective undergraduate students who are interested in topics relevant to animal welfare are encouraged to look into the Applied Biology degree in LFS with a major in Applied Animal Biology.

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Many students in Applied Animal Biology have the opportunity to engage with faculty members who specialize in topics of animal welfare through numerous upper-level course offerings including research opportunities through directed studies, practicums, undergraduate essays or an undergraduate thesis.

To see courses being taught by individual instructors, please consult the course calendar or view faculty members pages. You can also see course syllabi on the Land and Food Systems website.